Boost Your Energy and Immunity With an Easy, Spicy Ginger-Turmeric Shot

January 22, 2016
by Merce Muse for Thrive Market
Boost Your Energy and Immunity With an Easy, Spicy Ginger-Turmeric Shot

Make your own wellness shot at home with this ginger-turmeric tonic!

Wellness Shot

Yield: 1 serving
Total Time:


1 (1-inch) piece of ginger
1 (1-inch) piece of turmeric
Juice of 1 lemon
1 tablespoon raw honey
Pinch freshly ground pepper

Special equipment: juicer


Juice ginger and turmeric. Mix with juice of 1 lemon, honey, and a pinch of black pepper. Serve immediately.

Photo credit: Paul Delmont

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4 thoughts on “Boost Your Energy and Immunity With an Easy, Spicy Ginger-Turmeric Shot”

  • Lindsay W

    If I have turmeric powder, how much should I use. Also, could this be taken daily to boost immunities and help with digestion?

    • Sandy Delaney

      As a general rule of thumb:
      1 inch fresh turmeric = 1 tablespoon freshly grated turmeric = 1 teaspoon ground turmeric
      The article I read said "When purchasing dried turmeric look to ethnic and specialty spice shops that often have fresher stock and faster turnover than regular grocery stores. Aroma is often a better indicator of quality than color, which can vary from yellow to orange. Store dried turmeric in an airtight container in a cool, dark place for up to a year."

  • Joan Camara

    I've never seen regular turmeric in it's raw form. I always buy organic in ground form. Is real raw turmeric sold here on Thrive? Perhaps "organic"? I will have to look....

  • Jodie Ross

    Is there a substitute for the lemon juice? I am very allergic to citrus, lemons especially, but all citrus makes me break out with eczema. Why do so many tonics, good for you elixirs and juice blends have citrus in them? I am sure I am not the only one with citrus allergies.

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